Krier Foods


Krier Foods takes pride in a 109-year history of providing extraordinary services as a beverage manufacturer to our clients, partners and surrounding communities. Local, regional and national beverage brands depend on Krier Foods to fulfill production for alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. From the initial consultation with our beverage experts, to mixing, blending, canning, and shipping, our team is the one stop shop solution to every beverage client’s needs. 


We can beverages for many local, regional and national beverage companies including:

  • Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic
  • Soda
  • Sparkling Water
  • Energy Drinks
  • Dietary Supplements
  • Fruit Juices and Drinks
  • Functional Beverages
  • Relaxation Beverages
  • Tea
  • Coffee


We make Jolly Good soda! Jolly Good soda was first introduced to Wisconsin in 1966, and quickly became a cornerstone beverage for get together, cookouts, and more! Today, Jolly Good is known widely for its bold flavors and enjoyed by not only local Wisconsin residents, but others all over the U.S. Visit to learn more and shop today.


At Krier Foods, all team members play an essential role in our beverage co-packing work. As a family-oriented beverage contract packer, our innovative desire to serve beverage producers is driven by the people we hire and the lasting relationships we create with our employees, customers and community.

Our team consists of many talented individuals who work in manufacturing, quality assurance, maintenance, sanitation, warehousing, supply chain, engineering, marketing, accounting, customer service, sales, human resources, IT, purchasing, and more! We also offer many opportunities to continue your personal growth and develop your career. 

Krier Foods offers an amazing benefits package that includes all of the ‘traditional’ benefits you hear about, along with some additional perks and bonuses that we hope make you want to be a part of our growing team. 

Our traditional health and wellness benefits include health, dental, life, and vision insurance, an employee assistance program, an employee wellness program, and telemedicine. 

Other benefits include paid time off, short-term disability options, additional life insurance options, and 401k and 401k employer matching. You also get your birthday off!

In addition to our traditional benefits, we have numerous opportunities to come together and connect with our employees. We host appreciation luncheons, cook outs, have food trucks, an annual picnic, give back to our community through plant-sponsored toy collections, food drives, and other charity events, and provide our employees with Jolly Good discounts!


Apprenticeships and internships in production and maintenance


Kelly Wiebelhaus, HR Manager
(920) 994-2469





Eli Bichler | Production Line Lead


What do you do on a day-to-day basis at your job? Troubleshoot, diagnose and repair issues. Fix any breakdowns that might happen throughout my shift with the equipment. Run preventative maintenance on machines to ensure we can keep production running smoothly.  

How did you arrive at your current position? What was your professional or career path? While in High School I did a Youth Co-Op for CNC and a Youth Apprenticeship in Maintenance. After High School, I went to Lakeshore Technical College for an associate degree in Electro-Mechanical maintenance.  

What is the best part about your job? There is always something new and different going on. The work isn’t super repetitive, and I always have an opportunity to learn.

Grayson Cary | Production Line Lead


What do you do on a day-to-day basis at your job? Responsible for keeping the production lines running throughout the day. Troubleshooting any issues that might arise while the product is running, and work towards reaching production goals.

How did you arrive at your current position? What was your professional or career path? I started as a Machine Operator and continued learning more about the equipment to move to a Utility position. My supervisor helped by continuing to train me which has allowed me to move into the Line Lead position.

What is the best part about your job? The support and guidance from leadership across the company along with their willingness to guide and train us to reach our full potential.